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of crimes erupting after the 2007 election. >> meeting with benjamin netanyahu to revive middle east peace talks, secretary of state john kerry says he will be working with israeli and palestinian leaders to improve relations. he warned against seeking a rushed resolution saying it's important to first seek trust. >> the german justice minister in china for annual talks on the rule of law, part of the meeting. >> has been barred for leaving the city because it allegations of tax evasion that he has never faced formal charges. >> we have more on a man stuck in a legal limbo. it has been one year since they raided his beijing office and arrested the german shipping agent. they interrogated him in this building for 12 hours. without access to a lawyer and an interpreter who barely understood german. he was pressured into signing a statement in chinese. in the middle of the night, he was taken to this prison and put in a 20-square meter so with 12 other inmates. >> i thought the whole thing was a mistake. it was extremely emotional to be laying there, trying to sleep, not knowing how the other
to raise north korea's status. . prime minister benjamin netanyahu says they can only rely on themselves. israelis stopped on monday to pay their respects to victims of the holocaust. he addressed them at a ceremony a day earlier. >> translator: what has changed since the holocaust is our determination and ability to defend ourselves. we won't leave our fate in the hands of others even our closest friends. >> he's said israel is prepared to act unilaterally to strike iran. they failed to bridge their differences over the iranian nuclear program. >>> on a official in shanghai says another person infected with the bird flu has died. 24 people in china are known to have contracted the virus. officials are working to find out how it spreads. they have found no evidence that the virus can be transmitted from person to person. chinese officials say all of the infections to date are in people living in shanghai and three neighboring provinces. health workers conducted a survey of 621 people who came into contact with those infected. none of them have contracted the virus. chinese authorities ha
using chemical weapons prompting kerry to telephone and benjamin netanyahu for more information. >> he was not in a position to confirm that in the conversation that i had, so it is up to and and their process as to have when and how they do that, not for me to make any other announcements except to say that i don't know yet. >> months ago, described the use of chemical weapons as a red line that would transform the conflict without saying how the u.s. would respond. nato said they would not prompt it to intervene. >> there's no call for nato to play a role, but if these challenges remain unaddressed, they could directly affect our own security. we will continue to remain extremely vigilant. >> they will be stationing patriot missiles there. the alliance is still hoping for a diplomatic solution, likely to determine whether moscow keeps the telling the regime. john kerry held a one-on-one talks with his russian counterpart, but moscow remains supportive of bashar all assaad. >> they believe the two boston marathon bombing suspect work "self-radicalized extremists." they have been quest
. >> how can you reconcile the fact that obama is strictly for israel when benjamin netanyahu came, and they have meeting, and obama excused himself from that meeting to go to his family dinner and left benjamin netanyahu said in there? >> it's amazing, isn't it, that the lives of two great nations, the personal animosity for each other should -- [inaudible]. the pretend friendship. one reason i think is netanyahu who is pretty right wing, and obama is left wing. and to get anybody, two americans were like that and don't like -- who was it that said, who was quoted as saying he couldn't, not that he couldn't stand netanyahu but he's very difficult to deal with? some other politician. i think it was the british prime minister, am i right? the french prime minister said netanyahu was very difficult to deal with. the french prime minister is probably, too. >> you can understand how netanyahu is with regard to what he has to put up with. but with regard to obama's visit to israel, we all know what a great speaker obama is. and if he could sway a country, twice, he could sway another co
. >> how can you reconcile the that obama is strictly for israel quinn benjamin netanyahu came and they had a meeting and obama excused himself from that meeting to go to his family dinner and left benjamin netanyahu is sitting there? >> it's amazing isn't it that the leaders of two great nations, their personal animosity should have such an effect. you think is great diplomats they would get over that and sort of pretend. one reason i think is netanyahu who is pretty right-wing and obama's pretty left-wing and if you get to anybody to americans who don't like that and who was it that was quoted as saying not that he couldn't stand netanyahu but he was very difficult to deal with. i think it was the british prime minister, emma right? >> you can understand how netanyahu would be to go to deal with. we all know what a great speaker obama is. and if you could sway a country twice, he could sway another country to like him. >> the only thing that was the outcome positive. >> with respect to obama the settlements have certainly his prediction with respect to the future is something we have to l
's nuclear program, benjamin netanyahu's preferred subject, in exchange ever since. the climb down was complete, and i argue that was seen, yet again, in the bulk of the speech therntly in jerusalem. s writing on the subject, and, aain, the corrupt language played a crucial role. for decades, the repeated man tray of a peace process served to obscure reality. this is the reality that whatever the united states was championing, it was not, in fact, capable of or directed at achieving just and lasting peace between palestinians and israelis. i would argue that most people in the world argue, and everybody outside the beltway and some in israel argue that a just peace brings about -- brings the conflict between the two people on a fair basis would have looked very different as the united states pursued for decades, and such a peace is dismantling of the 46-year-old document and all pertinences and of the enterprise in the west bank and east jerusalem would involve national determination for the palean people, n inalienable right, not a conditional or dependent on i want you to do this
of state john kerry meeting with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, on a mission to the middle east to try to revive peace talks. >> arguments begin today in the nfl concussion lawsuit. more than 4,000 former players have filed suits against the league saying that it deliberately ignored and concealed risks of brain injuries. >>> it may be spring but colorado is bracing for snow today. forecasters say that a powerful storm could dump up to two feet in the area. >> time for the good, the bad, and the ugly. first the good. this duckling adopting a new mother: a cat. the little guy follows the mom, a cat, around wherever she goes often hiding under her stomach but never far from her side. next the bad, a truck driver pulled from the wreckage of her dangling tractor-trailer and then charged with reckless driving. she lost control on a virginia bridge hitting guardrails. she suffered minor injuries. the ugly. a four foot alligator found in a shed in oregon. authorities say the owners moved and left him behind. owning alligators in oregon is banned without a special permit which the owne
minister benjamin netanyahu and he said he is determined not only to resume peace talks but to end this conflict once and for all. kerry also met with mahmoud ahmadinejad -- mahmoud abbas and talks have been frozen. >>> they will join nbc for a massive rights rally and they are called by any means necessary. that same organization held a rally yesterday at uc sprout plaza. they are calling for the dream act and they want full rights for undocumented immigrants in the u.s. >>> one student was diagnosed with tuberculosis and now 200 classmates need to be tested for the infection. this thursday, contra costa health services will test those who came in contact with the student who had tuberculosis. the risk of getting it is only about 10% and the student diagnosed has recovered. >>> and a fire in palo alto is being called suspicious. it happened just before 430 testimony temperature on illinois street. five people were inside and were able to make it out okay. a van was parked in the driveway. the fire caused 100,000 dollars in damage and the family is now being helped by the red cross
. >>> and communication over the past few days with john kerry meeting with prime minister benjamin netanyahu this morning and the prime minister said he is determined not only to resume peace talks but to quote, end this conflict once and for all. john kerry also met with mahmoud abbas : >>> sal, you have the chopper working too? >> yes, there is a collision on brentwood right here on marsh creek road and they are still clearing it and this head-on collision occurred and you can see tow trucks are putting the damaged cars on to flat beds there and you can see the chp is there and it is pretty damaged cars although it does look like they are making some progress on brentwood and again this is bypass road and we are right where the road begins so if you know the area you will space some delays although they are making some progress. let's look at the sunole grade and as many as 20 vehicles have pulled over after hitting something on 680 and we are not sure what it was but we have all kinds of tow trucks attending to cars that are apparently not drivable and there is a mess coming out of pleasanton heading
benjamin netanyahu this morning and the prime minister said he is determined not only to resume peace talks but to quote, end this conflict once and for all. john kerry also met with mahmoud abbas : >>> sal, you have the chopper working too? >> yes, there is a collision on brentwood right here on marsh creek road and they are still clearing it and this head-on collision occurred and you can see tow trucks are putting the damaged cars on to flat beds there and you can see the chp is there and it is pretty damaged cars although it does look like they are making some progress on brentwood and again this is bypass road and we are right where the road begins so if you know the area you will space some delays although they are making some progress. let's look at the sunole grade and as many as 20 vehicles have pulled over after hitting something on 680 and we are not sure what it was but we have all kinds of tow trucks attending to cars that are apparently not drivable and there is a mess coming out of pleasanton heading south. if you are headed to the toll
very constructive. this is john kerry speaking with prime minister benjamin netanyahu and he said he is determined not only to resume peace talks but to end this conflict once and for all. kerry also met with mahmoud ahmadinejad -- mahmoud abbas and talks have been frozen. >>> they will join nbc for a massive rights rally and they are called by any means necessary. that same organization held a rally yesterday at uc sprout plaza. they are calling for the dream act and they want full rights for undocumented immigrants in the u.s. >>> one student was diagnosed with tuberculosis and now 200 classmates need to be tested for the infection. this thursday, contra costa health services will test those who came in contact with the student who had tuberculosis. the risk of getting it is only about 10% and the student diagnosed has recovered. >>> and a fire in palo alto is being called suspicious. it happened just before 430 testimony temperature on illinois street. five people were inside and were able to make it out okay. a van was parked in the drivewa
arriving in jerusalem later this morning. he took part in a wreath laying ceremony he will meet benjamin netanyahu to arrive at peace. he met with turkey's prime minister and met privately with mahmoud abbas. >> we would like to talk about support critical to the process. we would like to see this relationship get back on track. >> he has not publicly outline add new plan. >>> an illinois family remembering their adventurous daughter a young diplomat killed in afghanistan. 25-year-old was a press officer at the u.s. embassy in kabul. she was on the way to school saturday when her car was attacked by a car bomb. her family says she volunteered to make other's lives better. >> it was her passion she made a difference doing it. you can't regret that at all. she really did a great job. she is one of the many people that advanced the cause. for that we are forrive grateful. >> 25 years old. two weeks ago she served as a guide for secretary of state john kerry. he remembers her as vivacious and smart. >> a rescue mission for those trapped under ground. they are 20 feet below a house that was u
-- define security and it a different definition than say benjamin netanyahu or barak or shaw mere or sharron. >> i would say it was different in some are you specs. >> rose: that's a really critical question. >> it is and that's why certain things happened under -- i'm no great admirer. don't take this as a cart blotch -- >> rose: second prime minister. >> i'm talking about 92 prime minister tend of which he was assassinated and assassinated by people trying to believe that he would lead things to sovereignty. a lot of israelis were convince and to this day i think are convinced he was going to give away the store. i'm not entirely convinced of that. but i would argue that rabin understood that it showed that israel couldn't control the palestinians as it had. so his understanding of israeli security changed as a result of that. was he capable of more change, i don't know. i quote a very close confident, coordinator of affairs and the person who negotiated the security deal that preceded oslo and he said about arafat, air fat has a choice he can be -- he set this within ear shot
kerry also spoke about iran's nuclear program telling benjamin netanyahu he won't allow those negotiations to dragout indefinitely. it comes on the same day as an earthquake. nearly 40 are confirmed dead, 850 injured. the nuclear reactor was not damaged. >>> today marks ten years since the fall of baghdad, this iconic image of the saddam hussein statue coming down was seen around the world. many thought the fall would mean a peaceful transition to democracy. today violence is far below the height of 2006 and 2007. there is talk of building a freedom monument in that square. >>> the funeral for margaret thatcher is set for next week. queen elizabeth will attend the funeral. thatcher died yesterday morning after suffering a stroke while sitting in bed reading a book. >>> the boy scouts of america could be losing their state tax exemption this week. california lawmakers will voit on legislation that would deny tax exempt status to nonprofit groups that discriminate on race, nationality, religion. that means the boy scouts would have to pay corporate taxes on donations. this would
minister benjamin netanyahu tomorrow. despite secretary of state kerry's efforts, expectations remain low. >> harris: we want to tell you more about the young diplomate as her death shows how dangerous it is to bring. her family says ann was an adventurer who died doing what she loved. >> we were so proud of ann, she did so many great things and she was a hard worker, she was energetic, very devoted to the work she was doing. very devoted to helping the people in the country, afghanistan, where she was working, and i think the key thing is that she was really doing what she loved and she was doing something that really made a difference. >> harris: to join the u.s. foreign service right after college graduation and her first second amendment was in venezuela and next she volunteered for the afghanistan assignment and as connor just reported she assessed secretary kerry two weeks ago and preparing to learn arabic ahead of a planned two year assignment next in algeria. right now, hail, 60 mile an hour wind, already reported across parts of the midwest. numerous states braicing. look the at
president mahmoud abbas. he will meet benjamin netanyahu tomorrow. despite john kerry's efforts a suggestion for this peace process remains pretty low. >> we want to tell you more about the young diplomat. they want -- it is the most dangerous part in the world. a familiar -- she died doing what she loved. >> we were so proud of ann. she did so many great things. she was very gentic. she was devoted to helping people in the country in afghanistan where she was working. i think the key thing is she was really doing what she loved and she was doing something that really made a difference. >> to join the u.s. porn service is venezuela. next she volunteered for the assignment and cysted kerry two weeks ago. she was preparing for that next in algeria. >> right now hail, 60 mile an hour winds already reported across parts of the anied west. numerous states bracing. look at that blob in the middle of the screen? this would be the largest severe weather out breek. >> just days before he and his wife were shot to death in his home. mike mcclellan went shopping for a gun to protect himself. he knew he
. and john kerry said even israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu has not confirmed the claims in the report. >> i think it's fair for me to say that he was not in a position to confirm that in the conversation that i had. and so it's up to him and their process as to when and how they do that. not for me to make any other announcements except to say to you that i don't know yet what the facts are. i don't think anybody knows what they are. >> i don't think anybody knows what the facts are. that's the key statement from the secretary of state, and prime minister netanyahu's office has refused to publicly comment. >> the chemical weapons convention leaves certain chemicals out, which could in theory be used as a weapon. for instance, tear gas. mace. white phosphorus. none of those are actually considered weapons, unless they're used in an offensive manner. now, the attack we saw last month, some said they believed that may have been white phosphorus but he didn't see any of the real signs of a nerve gas like feron. that would be under clause one of the chemical weapons conventio
ahmadinejad. 10-day tour with benjamin netanyahu. >> it's unclear whether john kerry has a plan or whether he's doing exactly what barack obama said that he would do which is travel to the region meet with the israelis and the palestinians and listen to what they have to say and report that information back to president obama. so we don't know if there is really any plan or whether it's just listening to both sides of the stage. it's very unclear. we know that the u.s. wants both sides to return to talks without any preconditions. the israelis have said that they want the palestinians to recognize israel as a jewish state and for the palestinians they still want israel to stop building inside the settlement blocks, expanded settlements and at this time both sides are still far apart. >> on sunday night, john kerry is attempting to get this so-called peace process moving again. >> the last time the u.s. tried was over two years ago. it failed. and few palestinians believe this time around will be any different. >> there won't be any progress. there are no results. nothing is changing for the p
minister benjamin netanyahu in jerusalem. yesterday, netanyahu marked a remembrance day with a visit to the holocaust museum and marked 70 years since the warsaw ghetto uprising in world war ii. >>> to capitol hill, where there may be a bipartisan deal on a gun control measure this week and calls for expanding further background checks on customers buying firearms at gun shows or online vendors. although considered a compromise it could be a significant break through for the president pushing congress for new gun restrictions. >>> search crews near charlotte, north carolina, are desperately looking for two small children at a residential construction site. they apparently fell into a hole and were buried under the dirt. several fire departments sent crews with heavy equipment and climbing gear. but after all of their efforts it appears they were unable to save the 6-year-old girl and 7-year-old boy. >>> roger ebert is being remembered later today at a memorial service in chicago. the movie critic died last week after a long battle with cancer. the service at a downtown cathedral is o
to be strong when it comes to dealing dealing with benjamin netanyahu. everybody has been there before. i had american officials tell me that ben -- benjamin netanyahu thinks he can wait it out until he leaves. we're going here longer than him. we can try to move the ball forward a little bit here and there until he's edged out of, you know, the political theme. that's the nature of politicals in israel but, you know, benjamin netanyahu has just been re-elected. there was a series of miscalculations, i think that what i like to -- what i would like to remind people of is there's a tendency in the arab world and possibly around the world to always say, you know, america did this wrong. it's america's fault. america didn't deliver. i think to some extend there's absolutely truth to that. i think it's also important for people in the region for people like me, people in the arab world to come to grips with their own responsibility about what they can do. obviously it's very difficult for the palestinians to feel like they have the upper hand because, you know, certainly in a difficult position a
. >> rose: know they do. i us to make that argument with benjamin netanyahu. >> yes, yes, yes. >> rose: and what did he say? >> their argument is they want peace. they want negotiations. >> rose: they want to be an occupying -- >> well, that wasn't said but it's here that they don't want to be an occupying power. israel is a democracy and i think that the predominant view of the people is they want a two-state solution while there are -- there are many in their society who do not regard this as an occupation and some in the government do not regard it as an occupation. they regard it as disputed territory. i think they recognize the damage it is doing worldwide to their reputation and to their support. >> rose: what has to happen? you said at the beginning of this conversation that every deal can be made. so what has to happen to make a deal between the israelis and palestinians? because every other arab leader says it's important to them. >> i think that ultimately nations, societies, like individuals, act out of self-interest. and, like individuals, nations and societies often have t
has met with president perez, benjamin netanyahu and palestinian officials in an attempt to restart peace talks and focus on a modified version of the 2002 arab peace initiative. he said earlier today that the talks had been, quote, very constructive but also added both sides have their own homework to do. >>> back at home, louisiana governor bobby jindal said he is scrapping his controversial plan to eliminate the state's income tax, saying he hears the criticism he received and is now acting accordingly. jindal wanted to eliminate income tax but increase state sales tax to make up for the lost revenue. the plan was slammed by state lawmakers and business executives who argued it would hurt their companies. the governor said he'll propose other ways to get rid of the income tax. remember we shared with you last week about some poll number plummeting that was going on there for jindal himself. and that may be part of the reason. >>> finally, florida senator marco rubio is the latest lawmaker to voice concern about beyonce and jay-z's trip to cuba. after hearing the trip was fully li
of margaret thatcher in london. benjamin netanyahu, henry kissinger and george shultz were there. she received full military honors, adorned with white roses. there were some protests along the route. the funeral's $15 million price tag is also causing controversy, with prominent politicians saying she was too diadvicive a figure. margaret thatcher died of a stroke last month at age 87. >>> more than 100 federal, state and local investigators are scouring a 12-block stretch around boylston street for clues to who was responsible for the bombing. mark mazetti is a correspondent for "new york times," and author of "the way of the knife." about the secret drone war. first of all, mark, congratulations on the book. >> thank you very much. >> rave reviews and extraordinary reporting here. first about boston and what we know. there's a great deal of interest about whether this could have been foreign or domestic. we don't know that yet. this is a very common type of homemade incendiary device. >> pete williams gave the latest on where the federal authorities are zeroing in on suspects. the big sort
past and present were arriving to take their seats-- israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, former u.s. vice president dick cheney. at the r.a.f. chuch st. clement danes, the coffin was placed on a gun carriage-- the stuff of royal funerals given to few commoners. the crowds were now sometimes ten deep, some wiping away tears. in an echo of the state funeral the queen granted winston churchill in 1965, margaret thatcher's coffin was carried up the steps to st. paul's. the queen and prince philip sat across from the thatcher family. the first reading was given by margaret thatcher's 19-year-old granddaughter who was born in america and is now a student there. >> stand, therefore, and having on the breast plate of righteousness. >> davi >> reporter: david cameron who spent his early years as leader trying to detach himself from margaret thatcher's image gave the second lesson. >> let not your heart be troubled. he believed in god, believe also in me. >> reporter: margaret thatcher's favorite hymns were sung. the details of this morning planned with the palace and downing street in he
intelligence but according to our own secretary john kerry. even the israeli prime minister himself benjamin netanyahu has not yet confirmed the facts of this report. listen. >> i think it's fair tore me to say that he was not in a position to confirm that in the conversation that i had. and so it's up to him and their process as to when and how they do that. not for me to make any other announcements except to say to you that i don't know yet what the facts are. i don't think anybody knows what they are. >> and with syria not letting any u.n. officials in to study the areas where these alleged attacks are supposed to have taken place. it's unlikely we will ever know really what the facts are here, shep. >> shepard: one of the problems some definitions of what a chemical weapon is. >> there are chemicals that can be used as weapons but are not defined as chemical weapons by the chemical weapons convention. take a look at three of them. for instance. tear gas. mace, white phosphorus. all can do damage. all can kill in certain circumstances. but are not classified as chemical weapons. remember
does vary? we heard secretary of state john kerry say he had spoken to benjamin netanyahu, prime minister of israel, who could not yet confirm the use of chemical weapons. is this not just prudence? >> well, we should have intervened long ago, whether bashir assad was using them or not. he slaughtered 80,000 people while we sat by and watched. it's been one of the most shameful chapters in american history. there is physical evidence, in fact the british stated that there is physical evidence that proves it. the french agree. the israeli intelligence people absolutely are certain. so it's different from an allegation without evidence of a weapons of mass destruction as was the case in iraq. and now there is physical evidence of it and, jake, no one should be surprised that he would do such a thing. we all know he will do whatever is necessary to hang on to power. why should, frankly, chemical weapons be a red line when he is slaughtering and mass raping and torturing his own people, destabilizing the region and, meanwhile, while we do nothing jihadists flood in from all over the
from now. he'll have a working dinner with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu today. we're joined now by ambassador dennis ross, former special assistant to president obama and currently with the washington institute for near east policy the. he's an msnbc middle east diplomacy analyst. ambassador, thanks for being with us. secretary kerry is said to be floating a 2002 plan endorsed by the arab league. again, that's a decade ago and is that includes withdrawal from all lands occupied by the '67 mid east war. when you look at what's being discussed at the moment, does it look like the jennings of a mid east peace talk revival here? >> well, i think what you see is the secretary of state is trying to inject a new dynamic, create some new energy and see if he can find a new basis on which to resume a negotiating process. it's going to take some effort, it's going to take some time. the level of disbelief and distrust on each side is so great that you don't want to launch a process that's going to fail as soon as you get it under way. so it takes quite a bit of preparatory w
't know exactly how the agreement between benjamin netanyahu and president obama, but whatever time is left will be short. it will not be very long. the second big problem that we have is i don't think it will be possible to move from iran and syria. syria has relation with iran really, really deep. i heard somebody in syria tell me our relations with iran is deeper, even between two members of nato, so they really have a very intense relationship, and we felt solving that problem would be very difficult to get a negotiation moving. for iran, syria is a very important actor. for that, we need to get all the pressure possible with russia. russia is a player, can't get out of the situation in syria. but, remember, we have two problems which have linked iran and syria, and we have the p-5 together in one, iran and separated in the other, which is syria. we have a pretty bad situation. that is what i think we have in front of us. the other thing that i would like to mention, the third thing i'd like to mention is sanctions. sanctions has to review before the end of the summer, and, toda
israel. i don't know exactly how had been a good agreement between benjamin netanyahu and president obama. whatever time is left will be short. the second big problem we have is syria. i don't think it will be iran without with solving syria. syria has a deeper relationship with iran. even between two members of nato. they really have a very intense relationship. we thought solving that problem would be very difficult to get to the negotiations. for tehran, syria is a very important factor. russiat we need to have . we have two problems. the link between iran and syria. and we. and we have the p5. so we have a pretty bad situation. ist we have in front of us that. the other thing i like to mention is sanctions. sanctions to be reviewed before the end of this summer. today we have been able to put tough sanctions on iran that are but theyheir economy, are still maintaining the price of oil at a level that is supportable. production is the there. imagine for a moment the economy goes a little better, there are more needs of oil. china atelling gas to a very low cost. grows globally, it will
. this is with benjamin netanyahu. the prime minister says he's determined not tonally -- to not only resume peace talks but "end to conflict once and for all." kerry also met with mahmoud abuse. the peace talks have been frozen for four years. >>> later today, a group of bay area middle school and high schoolers from berkeley will fly to washington, d.c. to join a massive immigrants rights rally. they are called "by any means necessary." they held a rally yesterday for immigration worm at the sproul plaza. they are calling for passage of the federal treatment act and want full citizenship rights for undocumented immigrants here in the united states. >>> more than a hundred celebrities are uniting to ask president obama to focus on changing drug laws. kim kardashian, ron howard, lil wayne have join presented a letter to president obama asking him to move toward replacing jail sentences with rehabilitation for non-violent drug offenders and want president obama to hold a panel to handle clemency requests. >>> a trial is underway for lawrence livermore workers who have filed a lawsuit against the manageme
by benjamin netanyahu who kerry will meet with tomorrow as part of the ongoing dialogue. >> heather: conner, thank you. >>> as we mentioned, this is actually the second time in less than a year that america has lost a diplomat in the line of duty. anne served as secretary of state, kerry's control officer during his visit to afghanistan two weeks ago. christopher stevens was ambassador to libya when he died on consulate in benghazi. their deaths the first in more than 30 years. 1979, a person was serving as ambassador to afghanistan when he was captured and killed during a rescue attempt. >> gregg: congress is now returning to washington, d.c. tomorrow after a two week recess and very high on the docket is the hot button issue of gun control. president obama admitting the task of passing any gun measures will be a tough one. peter doocy is reporting from washington. >> the white house wants enforceable background checks for anyone buying a gun, but the man enlisted by the nra to help beef of school security, with those calls the president is taking the debate in the wrong direction. that ma
minister benjamin netanyahu,. the countries disagree on when the military threat will requir. china recovering after a massive earthquake killed almost 200 people and injured thousands more. the quake happened near the same fault line that caused a deadly earthquake five years ago. the u.s. geological survey measuring this at 6.6 on the richter scale. happy birthday queen elizabeth. she is spending the day at home with her family. >> shannon: steve, thank you. it has been 18 years since the alfred p. mura federal building was bombed. six years later, 9/11 and americans were introduced to another round of new security measure, involving air travel. how will the boston marathon bombings change the way races or other large public evens are concernd? we have the former fbi assistant director who oversaw the oklahoma city bombing investigation. danny, thank you for joining us today. >> thank you. good afternoon. >> shannon: how do you think what happened in boston will impact everything from the super bowl to the next boston marathon? >> dramatically. one of our clients is a major sports
's part of his middle east tour. you are looking at video of hagel meeting with benjamin netanyahu yesterday. in talks with the egyptian leaders, he will try to influence as egypt struggles with democracy. >>> david petraeus has a new job. petraeus will join the city university of new york as a visiting professor beginning in august. he says as the son of an immigrant he identifies with many students with similar backgrounds. >>> the federal government is suing lance armstrong for millions of dollars the post office spent sponsoring his tour de france tales. the justice department filed the lawsuit under a false claims act. it seeks to recover the $40 million the postal service spent as the title sponsor of armstrong's teams in six of his seven tour de france victories. his use of performance- enhancing drugs violated the sponsorship contract. >>> big changes in the weather. look out our window. that's what the morning looks like. steve paulson will tell us which parts of the bay area will see double-digit drops in temperatures. >>> a dog trapped in a drainpipe. the rescuers who tr
were at war for a month. now, benjamin netanyahu says hezbollah might be taking advantage of the instability in israel to get what it calls game-changing weapons. >>> this is video of a car bomb explosion near a bus stop in baghdad early this morning. seven people were killed and 20 more were hurt. no one has claimed responsibility yet. in other parts of the country, gunfights and a second car bomb killed dozens more. experts say a rise in sunni shiite tension is to blame. >>> south korea says it will take action if north korea rejects talks on a factory park run by the two countries. the factory is part of a 2004 project meant to improve cooperation between north and south korea. but now north korea is stopping south koreans from crossing. border and entering the factory. south korea is proposing a series of talks and are giving north korea until tomorrow to respond. >>> 8:16. happening right now. two different congressional meetings focusing on terrorism. now, senators are getting briefed on the latest on the boston marathon bombings investigation while house members are
, as we all remember, vividly, i'm sure, faced relentless pressure from israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, acting in concert with the run republic leadership in congress, and with the potent congressional lobby for israel. this 'pressure forced the president into humiliating retreats from positions on a settlement freeze, on the potential borders of a palestinian state and the urge for such a state he staked out in his first two years in office. as anybody who has followed this conflict knose were positions that had previously been taken by a succession of u.s. presidents. but this president was obliged to abandon them. it was not palestine on which he had focused almost entirely during his first two years in office but the question of iran's nuclear program. netanyahu's preferred subject, which is predominated in exchanges between the two governments ever since. obama's climbed down this is complete and i would argue that is seen in the bulk of his speech recently in jerusalem. these three moments of clarity provide a clear sense of american policies which are thoroughly obfusc
. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is vowing to nip these spore radk attacks in bud saying if they continue, those responsible will pay a heavy price. hamas controls the gaza strip. israeli military said it use a training center used by hamas. >>> there is an armed standoff going on in government building in libya. 200 men with machine guns on trucks circled the foreign ministry building in tripoli. they are demanding the government get rid of former gaddafi loyalist and hire rebel fighters who helped overthrow the dictator. so far no, protesters have entered the building. keep an eye on that situation. still to come, when it comes to immigration reform, the so-called gang of eight gets the headlines but they are not the only game in town. louisiana senator leland vittert joins us live to offer imhis ideas on immigration reform alternatives. >>> when we come back -- >> there are more benghazi hearings coming. i think they will be explosives. >> shannon: he has strong words over the attack in benghazi. that's after this break. ♪ [ man ] excuse me miss. [ gasps ] this fiber
and palestinian leaders. here's some video of kerry meeting with morning. this is with benjamin netanyahu. the prime minister says he's determined not tonally -- to not only resume peace talks but "end to conflict once and for all." kerry also met with mahmoud abuse. the peace talks have been frozen for four years. >>> later today, a group of bay area middle school and high schoolers from berkeley will fly to washington, d.c. to join a massive immigrants rights rally. they are called "by any means necessary." they held a rally yesterday for immigration worm at the sproul plaza. they are calling for passage of the federal treatment act and want full citizenship rights for undocumented immigrants here in the united states. >>> more than a hundred celebrities are uniting to ask president obama to focus on changing drug laws. kim kardashian, ron howard, lil wayne have join presented a letter to president obama asking him to move toward replacing jail sentences with rehabilitation for non-violent drug offenders and want president obama to hold a panel to h
benjamin netanyahu thinks he can wait this out and no relief but we will be here longer than him so we could try to move the ball forward and tell he is said to out because that is the nature of politics but he has just been reelected. but what i would like to remind people of this is for those to say america did this wrong and did not deliver there is truth to that but it is important for people like me to come to grips with their own responsibility with what they can do it must be difficult for the palestinians to feel they have the hipper and because they're not the strongest party at the des negotiating table. but it doesn't help to lay that is ingrained into a lot of people's thinking. >> host: it is just a jumping off point* with the president and hillary clinton how to approach these were their lots of disagreements. >> where she shaping policy were basically implemented policies that came from the white house but the disagreement about the approach that was taken it was in the first year all she wanted was to show loyalty. that is my reading of what was happening. she made abou
with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu this morning and right now he is scheduled to leave israel, headed for london. it is the next stop on his ten-day overseas tour through europe, the middle east and asia. >>> and texting might have played a role in a medical helicopter crash that killed four people. this happened nearly two years ago in missouri. investigators say the pilot had been sending and receiving text messages during that flight. they think that he was distracted and misjudged how much fuel he had left, and how far he could actually fly. federal officials will hear more about that case that is scheduled for today. >>> and this simply does not happen obsessmy street. a man who dressed up like cookie monster is in big trouble this morning. he's accused of pushing a 2-year-old boy out of his stroller and cursing out the boy and his mother. this cookie monster allegedly lost his cool when the boy's mother refused to pay him $2 after posing for a picture in new york's times square. the suspect 33-year-old lopez is charged with reckless endangerment, and endangering the welf
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